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Royal Jordanian looks at modest 2009

Royal Jordanian has successfully ridden the wave of expansion and development in Middle East aviation following its turnaround over 2003 and 2004. Revenue, passengers numbers and its fleet have expanded, while keeping cost growth has been kept in check. The international financial crisis however, looks likely to put an end to the run of growth, with Royal Jordanian forecasting hard times to come over the next 12 months.

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